Failure to Report Your Injury

Failure to report your injury that occurred at work may or may not have an impact on your workers’ comp case in South Carolina. Watch this video.

Question:

Can my claim be denied if I don’t report my work-related injury?

Answer:

TheFailure to Report Your Injury other day, someone called me from South Carolina who had been injured on their job, but, because they didn’t realize how injured they really were and they didn’t want to have their employer angry at them or feel like that employer might fire them from their job, they didn’t report the injury. This is a difficult situation that it will take an experienced South Carolina workers’ compensation attorney to assist you with. An experienced South Carolina workers’ compensation attorney will know how to dig and to come up with other strategies to make up for the fact that you didn’t explain to your employer that you had gotten hurt near or at the time that you actually got hurt.

You need an experienced South Carolina workers’ compensation attorney. Feel free to contact my office so that we can start digging to come up with strategies to make up for the fact that you weren’t able to report the claim right away and fight for you. Feel free to call our office.


Were you or a loved one hurt on the job in South Carolina and have questions about failure to report your injury? Contact experienced South Carolina worker’ compensation lawyer H. Bright Lindler today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

We will fight for you and your family.

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